“There is no such thing as a pure introvert or extrovert. Such a person would be in the lunatic asylum.”
Carl G Jung
Some people can answer this straight away. Some are less sure.
Maybe you just wouldn’t choose at all. After all, why can’t I be shy and fun? Why can’t I be outgoing and thoughtful?[/vc_column_text]
- Introverts typically dislike noise, interruptions, and big group settings. They instead tend to prefer quiet solitude, time to think before speaking (or acting), and building relationships and trust one-on-one. Introverts recharge with reflection, deep dives into their inner landscape to research ideas, and focus deeply on work.
- Extroverts gravitate toward groups and constant action, and they tend to think out loud. They are energized and recharged by external stimuli, such as personal interactions, social gatherings, and shared ideas. Being around other people gives them energy.
So, what do you think? Would you consider yourself an introvert or extrovert, or even an ambivert? Let us know your thoughts and let’s see if there’s a dominant personality trait within our social work and care community![/vc_column_text]